Global Forum of Producers of Prohibited Plants

> About the GFPPP

The Global Forum of Producers of Prohibited Plants (GFPPP) is a platform for farmers of coca, cannabis, and opium to discuss the implications and alternatives concerning trends and discourses in today's global drug policies. This website provides background information, news, articles, and publications relevant to this initiative. For further inquires, please kindly fill out our contact form.

> The Heemskerk Declaration

Small scale farmers of cannabis, coca and opium from 14 countries discussed their contribution to the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) in April 2016. Read more

> GFPPP Full Report

Delegates of farmers present at the GFPPP were divided into working groups in order to discuss their experiences and recommendations in relation with four main thematic issues: 1) Crop control policies and forced eradication; 2) Traditional, medicinal and modern uses of controlled plants; 3) Sustainable rural development; 4) Drugs and conflict. The GFPPP report summarizes and illustrates the entire deliberation process with quotes and images.

> TNI Drugs & Democracy

TNI has dedicated a large share of its attention on international drug control and policies towards policies on crop cultivation, alternative development and as a watchdog for the infringed rights of farmers families involved in the cultivation of coca leaf, cannabis or opium poppy. Read more

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